Italy is the third largest economy in the euro zone and major regional power in Europe. The country has Mediterranean coastline in southern Europe. Italy is a major hotspot of foreign direct investment in Europe. Italian is widely spoken and the currency is Euro. Italian law openly welcomes significant foreign investment in the country and self-employed persons, including entrepreneurs, may be granted a temporary residence permit depending on the entrepreneurial activities.
€100,000 (no limits)
- Business Investment done through a new or existing italian company in real estate, automotive, tourism, construction, marine, food processing, textile and Information technology sectors.
- Real estate investment €300,000 or more
Temporary residence permit / C business visa / D visa
After 5 years of living
After 10 years in total